Aerolineas Argentinas unveiled on Wednesday its complete scheme of federal corridors and routes, including the connections added this month, and indicated that in October there will be 45 routes connected without passing through Buenos Aires.
In the first place, the company confirmed that it resumes its “Atlantic Corridor” three times a week from July: every Monday, Wednesday and Friday departing from Aeroparque It will join Mar del Plata, Bahía Blanca, Trelew, Comodoro Rivadavia and Rio Gallegos. In the opposite direction they will be on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
As of April, the “Córdoba Hub” incorporated the routes to and from Commodore Rivadavia and Posadas with four weekly flights in both cases.
In addition, they confirmed that, facing the winter season, Córdoba will connect with Bariloche six weekly frequencies and with San Martin de los Andesin July, with four weekly flights, with which the “Córdoba Hub” will have 17 active routestwo more than the ones it operated in 2019.
also since july Rosario will have six weekly flights to and from Bariloche and another four weekly to and from San Martin de Los Andesand in the same month the route between Salta and Bariloche will begin to operate with two weekly frequencies.
Trelew – Ushuaia
Lastly, around October a new federal route between Trelew – Ushuaia will start operating, three times per weekin such a way that the city of Trelew adds this new intersection in a short time, in addition to joining the “Atlantic Corridor”, while Ushuaia adds a new option to connect to the already active routes with Buenos Aires, Córdoba and El Calafate.
While the “Hub Ezeiza” is already receiving flights from Córdoba and Mendoza to connect with international arrivals and departureswhile in June Tucumán joins said scheme.
North Tourist Corridor
A few weeks ago the company confirmed that as of July a new Northern Tourist Corridor between Mendoza – Jujuy – Iguazu which will work twice a week and another two days in the opposite direction. This corridor is complemented by the one made up of Mendoza – Salta – Iguazu which also operates twice a week.
The “Oil Corridor” had already been recovered, covering the routes between Comodoro Rivadavia – Neuquén – Mendozato whose service is now integrated Cordoba-Mendoza with four weekly frequencies.
Tucuman – Salta – San Pablo
In this way, Aerolineas already has all its federal corridors fully operational. To these, we must add the already announced corridor that will run Tucumán – Salta – San Pablo, three times per weekAlso since July.
Let’s fly through Argentina! ✈️? We increase frequencies and add new federal routes so you can fly without going through https://t.co/U65EAXaAum. She flies more in less time.? #flyhigh pic.twitter.com/QEDhO1mwbg
– Argentine Airlines (@Aerolineas_AR) April 6, 2022
“One of the central objectives in terms of connectivity is to be able to unite the country in an intelligent, efficient way and with a truly federal spirit. This greatly enhances the qualities of Argentina as a tourist destination for both foreign and local visitors,” Pablo said. Ceriani, president of Aerolineas Argentinas.
The flagship line will thus be operating, between July and October, 45 federal routes without passing through Buenos Aires.
During the months of January, February and March, half of the passengers transported did so from the interior of the country and more than 20% traveled through the system of intersections and federal corridors.